Bahram Qassemi

Anti Iran psycho-war on Munich incident criticized

Tehran, July 24, IRNA – Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi criticized psychological war waged on Iran on the pretext of Munich shooting on Friday afternoon.

Despite media claims that the killer is Iranian-German but his identity is still not clear for the Foreign Ministry, Qasemi said on Saturday.

He noted that the Foreign Ministry has ordered its diplomatic mission in Germany to collect enough information about the alleged teenage killer.

Certain states which are fathers to al-Qaeda, Daesh and Taliban are manipulating the incident as part of their psychological war against Iran, Qasemi said.

He said that Iranians across the world are the best foreign residents and nobody will believe certain states’ propaganda against Iranian society living abroad.

Munich police Chief Hubertus Andra in a meeting with Iran’s Consul General Abdollah Nekounam said that the Munich terrorist attacker has nothing to do with the cultured Iranian people living in Germany.